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nice..should give the team a good boost..I dont even know where we rank globally...
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I just OCed my rig to 3.7, which lets it finish a SMP work unit in about 18 hours. Each one is worth 1500-1700 points

Hey, what's up with my info? It still doesn't say I'm part of team C2D yet...
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PM Taeric...he can fix it qwk style for you.
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Hey, what's up with my info? It still doesn't say I'm part of team C2D yet...
Still waiting to hear back about it. The monthly scores haven't been updated yet so maybe he's on vacation or something.
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ahhhh
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Well, that sucks. On a good note though, I hit 3.8 GHz stable today!
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post #337 of 386
nice..I have to run 1.57vcore to be stable at 3.8ghz..got me down to about 4min 18sec/WU on these big gromacs..its definitely a good increase over 3.6ghz, thats for sure.
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nice..I have to run 1.57vcore to be stable at 3.8ghz..got me down to about 4min 18sec/WU on these big gromacs..its definitely a good increase over 3.6ghz, thats for sure.
4 min per work unit? I think I'm confused... it takes me about 18 hours to finish a work unit (the whole package).
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4 min per work unit?
..sorry..meant 'frame'. hehehe

Most of the big Gromacs cores are running about 4min ~16sec /frame...around 16hrs for total WU. Sorry for the cornfuzion.
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Wow, that's pretty nice. The WUs I'm getting have 100 frames, I generally finish 1 frame (50,000 steps) in 10 minutes.
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